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Jan 29 2012

Romeny Win In FL Guarantees GOP Loses Across Board 2012

Well, well, well. It seems the establishment GOP is so determined not to let the 2012 insurgent voter get a piece of their political pie they will do anything to get Romney elected. Sarah Palin – as one of the Tea Party, libertarian leaders – has not been silent on the mudslinging against Newt Gingrich […]

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May 19 2011

Disgust Across The Land

Like many Americans, I am counting down the days until the next election so that we can finally turn the country around. 2010 was a huge step in the right direction, but it was never going to be enough. In 2008 our weariness with the war on terror made many of us susceptible to the […]

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Nov 06 2010

Christine O’Donnell Continues To Demonstrate What Not To Do In Politics

It seems there are a lot of people in denial about what happened on Tuesday. Our young, inexperienced President is still denying the fact his liberal, big government policies were the target of the voter’s wrath. The story of last week’s midterm battle is clear: It was an election about President Barack Obama, and the […]

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Nov 03 2010

President Clueless At Presser

President Obama is not getting what the election was about. As the press is asking repeatedly now, Obama has to face up to the fact he went down the wrong path. He is still defensive and unwilling to go where the people want to go. Clearly he sees himself as the one who gets to […]

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Nov 03 2010

The “Half Full” Reflections On Elections

OK, Upon some reflection I have to admit the GOP wave in the House and Governor races is quite impressive. The GOP candidates in the Governor races showed how to win statewide races while appealing to a broad portion of the electorate. Right now the GOP has won 10 Democrat governor seats in PA, OH, […]

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Nov 03 2010

Election Reflections

Or the morning after headache (3:00 AM is such a long road to travel). I, for one, did not wake up feeling enough was accomplished yesterday. Yes, the GOP won a lot of seats. lost no major ones, retired a lot of Democrats – many senior ones. But in the end, the Tea Party fell […]

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Nov 02 2010

And So It Begins – Or Ends: Election Night Thread

12:10 AM Eastern: Reid wins, and this puts a huge shadow over the Tea Party, and the risk if going too far from the center. Leaving Reid in power is an example of cutting of the nose to spite the face. Now all the other tea party candidates who were strong (Rubio, Johnson, etc) are […]

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Nov 02 2010

Blumenthal Campaign Now Worried About Turnout!

Major Update: Democrat in MD Govenor’s race now also raising the turnout alarm bells: We are getting reports from the field that turnout is lighter than expected in a few key counties. This is exactly what our opponent needs to close the gap–he needs you and your friends to sit back, get overconfident, and stay […]

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Nov 02 2010

Coons In Trouble? O’Donnell Turnout Success?

We all knew that it would have to be an ungodly huge wave to elevate Christine O’Donnell into the US Senate, but it seems the Coons campaign has seen the wave, and they are worried! In a noon email alert to supporters, Coons campaign manager Christy Gleason said close monitoring of voter turnout in the […]

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Nov 02 2010

California Shocker – Were The Polls Wrong?

Forget all those polls you have seen the past two weeks with Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer winning their contests today. There have been long term concerns with the CA polls, which have assumed a massive Democrat edge in turn out near or above 2008 levels, thus propping up the two Democrat candidates in the […]

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